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Air France (centred logo)

Older bag from the French flag-carrier.

Thanks to Wolfgang Franken (2002)

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Air France (blue)

From the days before Air France discovered multi-coloured printing.

Thanks to Homer Goetz. (2003)

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Air France (05.184 higher on base)

A 1970s bag with the enigmatic "05.184" printed in a different place on the base.

Thanks to Paul Hudson (2005)

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Air France

Clean, stylish, minimalist, very French. (1996)

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Air France (heavy paper)

I was looking through my Air France swaps just now (something I do all the time when I'm bored), and found this bag. It's got no wire tie, and is made of a heavier, glossier paper than Air France's standard offering: 9 g instead of the usual 7 g. If each one of the 474 passengers on a 747-400 has one of these bags rather than the standard 7 g issue, the plane will weigh an extra kilogram.

Don't know where or when I got this one - so I'll credit my swaps box.

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Air France (plain white)

Even cleaner and more minimalist than the bag above, but how unstylish: this bag is plain white. C'est un jour triste si la nation qui nous a donné la haute couture s'embaisse aux telles receptacles pas decorées. On espère que cette abomination est une anomalie unique. (1999)

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